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Stephen Pym lives in Sydney with his wife Anna and son Daniel. He has a Palaoebiology degree with honours in Wildlife Illustration and has worked for many years in natural resource management. 

Stephen finds inspiration for his artwork in the plants, animals and landscapes of the bushland around Sydney. He enjoys depicting these in a realistic manner, working in acrylic, watercolour or pencil. 

His ambition is for his artwork to inspire in others a love and concern for our amazing creation. He has just been shortlisted for the CBCA Crichton Award 2013 for his first picture book, Apollo the Powerful Owl.

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